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Round-up: Weekend's Club Championship Gaelic Football action

Dublin Senior Football Championship

St Jude's 2-10 Lucan Sarsfields 0-8

Na Fianna 2-10 Ballinteer St John's 0-8

Ballymun Kickhams 3-15 Thomas Davis 0-8

Skerries Harps 3-15 Round Towers Lusk 2-10

Ballyboden St Enda's 4-22 Whitehall Colmcille 1-10

St Vincent's 2-16 Clontarf 0-11

Kilmacud Crokes 1-11 Castleknock 0-12

The draw for the quarter-finals of the Dublin SFC has been made.

Ballymun Kickhams will face Na Fianna in a high profile encounter, St Jude's clash with Skerries Harps, and Kilmacud Crokes play St Vincent's.

Holders Ballyboden St Enda's await the outcome of the outstanding St Oliver Plunketts/Eoghan Ruadh encounter.

James McCarthy, Brian Ashtn, and Dillon Keating scored goals in Ballymun's comfortable win over Thomas Davis.

Na Fianna, prompted by two Aaron Byrne goals, were too strong for Ballinteer St John's.

Padraic Clarke and Dara Kavanagh struck major as St Jude's overcame Lucan Sarsfields.

Colm Basquel was Ballyboden's chief scorer with 1-6 as the standard bearers cruised to an emphatic success over Whitehall Colmcille.

Greg Murphy and Sean Lowry struck goals for St Vincent's aganst Clontarf, while Stephen Smith impressed for Skerries Harps against Round Towers.

Conor Kinsella provided the only goal of the game as Kilmacud Crokes edged out Castleknock at Parnell Park.

Longford Senior Football Championship

Fr Manning Gaels 1-12 Carrickedmond 0-12

Clonguish 2-12 Mostrim 1-15

St Columba's Mullinalaghta 4-14 Rathcline 1-10

St Mary's Granard 1-12 Abbeylara 1-6

Brian Farrell's last gasp point from a free earned Mostrim a draw against Clonguish.

Managed by Dessie Dolan Senior, Mostrim battled until the end to claim a share of the spoils.

Patrick Fox, Donal McElligott, Gary Rogers, and John Keegan scored goals for Mullinalaghta, who were too strong for Rathcline.

Liam Sullivan contributed 1-1 as St Mary's, Granard defeated Abbeylara, while Ryan Crowe's goal ensured Fr Manning Gaels beat Carrickedmond.

Ciaran Kilkenny, Castleknock, and Cian O'Sullivan, Kilmacud Crokes, pictured at Parnell Park.
Ciaran Kilkenny, Castleknock, and Cian O'Sullivan, Kilmacud Crokes, pictured at Parnell Park.

Louth Senior Football Championship

St Patrick's 1-10 Geraldines 1-10

St Mochta's 1-13 Dreadnots 0-16

Dundalk Gaels 0-17 O'Connell's 0-9

Newtown Blues 2-12 Mattock Rangers 2-10

It was a lively weekend in Louth with Newtown Blues just about overcoming Mattock Rangers' spirited challenge.

St Patrick's and Geraldines drew, while St Mochta's and Dreadnots couldn't be separated either.

Dundalk Gaels stormed to an impressive victory over O'Connells.

Meath Senior Football Championship

Summerhill 2-6 Wolfe Tones 0-10

Moynalvey 5-10 Curraha 4-8

Na Fianna 3-12 Navan O'Mahonys 0-11

Donaghmore/Ashbourne 2-13 Seneschalstown 1-8

Ratoath 1-10 Skyrne 1-5

Nobber 2-16 Simonstown 0-20

Gaeil Colmcille 3-8 St Peter's 0-13

St Colmcille's 2-9 Dunshaughlin 1-10

Ethan Devine, Jack McNally, and Conor Downey all scored goals for Na Fianna, who beat Navan O'Mahonys.

Conor Rooney's opportunistic goal ensured Ratoath overcame Skyrne, while Sean Meade was the star of the show as Nobber shocked Simonstown.

Oughterard goalkeeper Jordan Waller celebrates following their Galway SFC win over Monivea-Abbey.
Oughterard goalkeeper Jordan Waller celebrates following their Galway SFC win over Monivea-Abbey.

Galway Senior Football Championship

Barna 0-13 Salthill-Knocknacarra 0-11

St Michael's 1-9 An Spideal 0-10

Maigh Cuilinn 4-9 Annaghdown 2-14

St James' 3-20 Milltown 2-16

Oughterard 2-14 Monivea-Abbey 2-13

Claregalway 4-12 Caherlistrane 0-10

Mountbellew-Moylough 0-21 Micheal Breathnach 2-7

Tuam Stars 0-14 Killannin 1-9

Barna delivered a dynamic display to cause a surprise against neighbours Salthill-Knockncarra.

Paul Conroy was immense for St James', who shaded a thrilling match with Milltown at Tuam Stadium.

Tuam Stars survived a late Killannin rally, while Oughterard defeated Monivea-Abbey courtesy of a late Ryan Monaghan point.

Roscommon Senior Football Championship

Boyle 1-15 Michael Glaveys 0-7

Tulsk 1-11 Padraig Pearses 0-10

Clann na nGael 0-17 Strokestown 1-6

St Brigid's 3-17 Elphin 1-12

Roscommon Gaels 2-12 Fuerty 0-13

Western Gaels 4-20 St Croan's 1-10

Callum Fahey's first half goal helped Tulsk stun holders Padraig Pearses.

Brian Derwin struck two majors for St Brigid's, who were too strong for Elphin.

Cathal Callinan was a key figure for an impressive Clann na nGael, while Boyle maintained their decent form with a convincing success over Michael Glaveys.

Leitrim Senior Football Championship

Mohill 5-16 Aughawillan 0-6

Ballinamore 1-15 Fenagh St Caillins 2-12

Allen Gaels 2-14 Drumreilly 0-11

Glencar-Manorhamilton 2-10 Leitrim Gaels 1-10

Leitrim Gaels were the last unbeaten team in the Leitrim SFC, but they were defeated on Saturday by Glencar-Manorhamilton.

Mohill and Allan Gaels also registered victories, while Ballinamore drew with Fenagh St Caillins.

Ballymun Kickhams' Philly McMahon and Dillon Keating celebrate at Parnell Park.
Ballymun Kickhams' Philly McMahon and Dillon Keating celebrate at Parnell Park.

Cork Senior Football Championship

Carbery Rangers 0-14 Ilen Rovers 0-8

Nemo Rangers 2-17 Bishopstown 0-6

St Finbarrs 2-20 Carrigaline 1-10

Castlehaven 1-12 Newcestown 0-9

Ballincollig 2-17 Clonakilty 1-10

Valley Rovers 1-14 Douglas 3-5

Castlehaven, aided by Mark Collins' sharp finishing, overcame Newcestown.

Stephen Sherlock impressed for St Finbarrs against Carrigaline, while Cian Dorgan rifled 1-7 as Ballincollig beat Clonakilty.

Clare Senior Football Championship

Lissycasey 1-14 Kilmihill 2-7

St Breckan's 0-11 Ennistymon 0-8

St Joseph's Milltown-Malbay 2-11 Doonbeg 0-11

Kilmurry-Ibrickane 3-6 Eire Og Ennis 0-10

Cooraclare 2-15 Kilrush 1-14

Kilmurry-Ibrickane secured a Clare SFC semi-final spot, while Lissycassey, St Breckan's, St Joseph's Milltown-Malbay, and Cooraclare also registered victories.

Limerick Senior Football Championship

Newcastle West 2-12 Drom Broadford 1-3

Adare 3-14 Na Piarsaigh 1-4

Galbally 2-7 St Kieran's 0-10

Oola 1-15 Galtee Gaels 0-11

Eoin Hurley's two goals helped Newcastle West to victory against Drom Broadford, while Adare, Galbally, and Oola also prevailed.

Armagh Senior Football Championship

Pearse Og 0-17 Madden 2-11 - Pearse Og win 5-3 on penalties

Crossmaglen 4-18 Mullaghbawn 0-10

Killeavy 0-17 Armagh Harps 0-9

Pearse Og advanced to the penultimate found following a drama laden penalty shootout win over Madden.

Conor Clarke had nailed frees at the end of normal time and extra time to ensure penalties were necessary at the Athletic Grounds.

Killeavy also advanced following a comprehensive victory over Armagh Harps.

Oisin O'Neill, Tony Kernan, Mel Boyce, and Cian McConville were Crossmaglen Rangers' goalscorers in their emphatic triumph over Muallaghbawn.

Cavan Senior Football Championship

Kingscourt 3-15 Laragh United 1-7

Castlerahan 0-15 Mullahoran 0-11

Ramor United 2-14 Cavan Gaels 0-11

Crosserlough 3-15 Lacken 0-14

Lavey 1-14 Shercock 0-12

Gowna 2-12 Killygarry 2-11

Champions Castlerahan were inspired by Oisin O'Connell against Mullahoran.

Adam O'Connell and Gareth Mannion drilled goals for Ramor United, who enjoyed an excellent triumph over Cavan Gaels.

Donegal Senior Football Championship

Naomh Conaill 6-18 Termon 0-8

Four Masters 4-10 Dungloe 1-14

Gaoth Dobhair 4-11 St Nauls 0-5

Sean MacCumhaills 1-13 Glenfin 1-13

Realt na Mara 2-18 Milford 1-12

St Michael's 1-11 Ardara 0-12

Kilcar 4-24 Glenswilly 0-10

St Eunan's 3-13 Killybegs 0-6

Paddy McBrearty and Mark McHugh contributed 2-8 between them as Kilcar sauntered to a huge win over Glenswilly.

Eammonn Collum bagged a brace of goals for Gaoth Dobhair, while St Eunan's were always in command against Killybegs.

The game of the weekend in Donegal involved Glenfin and Sean MacCumhaills, who drew following a tight and tense encounter.

Kilcoo's Jerome Johnston in Down Senior Football Championship action against Mayobridge at Pairc Esler.
Kilcoo's Jerome Johnston in Down Senior Football Championship action against Mayobridge at Pairc Esler.

Tyrone Senior Football Championship

Killyclogher 2-13 Carrickmore 2-10

Dungannon 2-23 Loughmacrory 2-13

Ardboe 0-17 Donaghmore 3-7

Derrylaughan 2-10 Moy 0-15

Dromore 3-15 Omagh St Enda's 2-13

Errigal Ciarain 1-20 Pomeroy 0-11

Niall Sludden's goal sealed a hugely satisfying success for Dromore, who overcame Omagh St Enda's after extra-time.

Errigal Ciarain were always in charge against Pomeroy with Odhran Robinson supplying a major.

Paul Donaghy contributed nine points as Dunganon outfoxed Loughmacrory.

Mark Bradley inspired Killyclogher against Carrickmore, accumulating a 1-8 haul.

Kyle Coney was sharp for Ardoe, who shaded a well contested clash against Donaghmore, while Brian Kennedy and Conor McCabe struck goals for Derrylaghan against a Michael Conroy powered Moy.

Down Senior Football Championship

Rostrevor 3-11 Downpatrick 0-16

Kilcoo 1-13 Mayobridge 0-8

Bredagh 1-14 Castlewellan 0-12

Longstone 2-9 Loughinisland 1-8

Bryansford 1-8 Glenn John Martins 1-7

Cumann Pheadair Naofa 3-11 Burren 1-10

Jerome Johnston's goal decorated Kilcoo's victory over Mayobridge.

Rostrevor, Bredagh, Longstone, Bryansford, and Cumann Pheadair Naofa also claimed wins following an exciting weekend of action in Down.

Monaghan Senior Football Championship

Truagh 1-10 Carrickmacross 0-12

Scotstown 1-13 Castleblayney Faughs 0-13

Ballybay 2-9 Inniskeen 0-14

Donaghmoyne 2-11 Clontibret O'Neills 2-11

Francis Maguire's goal in the win over Castleblayney Faughs guided Scotstown into the semi-finals of the Monaghan SFC.

Christopher McKenna's goal enabled Truagh to overcome Carrickmacross.

Ballybay are also in the last four following a narrow success over Inniskeen courtesy of goals from Thomas Kerr and Paddy O'Neill.

Champions Clontibret drew their third game in a row against Donaghmoyne.